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The Volvo Group is a company that manufactures trucks, buses, construction equipment as well as marine and industrial engines. It also provides financing, rental, preventive maintenance, and other related services. The company focuses on automation, material technology, electric vehicles, and other areas. The Volvo Group operates a range of brands, including Volvo, UD Trucks, Terex Trucks, Renault Trucks, Prevost, and more.
HQGöteborg, SE
Employee Ratings4.2
Overall CultureC-

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)103,985(-1%)
Revenue (FY, 2019)KR432 B(+11%)
Share Price (Jun 2021)KR228
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Volvo Group

Martin Lundstedt

Martin Lundstedt

Director, President and CEO
Camilla Vitelli

Camilla Vitelli

Vice President, FVV
Jan Gurander

Jan Gurander

Deputy CEO
Diana Niu

Diana Niu

Executive Vice President Group Human Resources
Roger Alm

Roger Alm

Executive Vice President Volvo Group, President Volvo Trucks
Bruno Blin

Bruno Blin

Executive Vice President Volvo Group, President Renault Trucks
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Volvo Group Office Locations

Volvo Group has offices in Göteborg, Hagerstown, Wacol, Brussel and in 19 other locations
Göteborg, SE (HQ)
Gropegårdsgatan 2
Wacol, AU
36 Viking Dr
Brussel, BE
Luxemburgstraat 3
Gent, BE
Smalleheerweg 31
Sint-Agatha-Berchem, BE
Hunderenveldlaan 10
Sint-Agatha-Berchem, BE
Hunderenveldlaan 10
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Volvo Group Financials and Metrics

Volvo Group Revenue

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Volvo Group's revenue was reported to be kr431.98 b in FY, 2019 which is a 10.5% increase from the previous period.

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Volvo Group's current market capitalization is kr466.1 b.
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Volvo Group Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
AB Volvo Penta
JSC Volvo Vostok
Kommersiella Fordon Europa AB
Sotrof AB
UD Trucks Corporation
VFS Int Romania Leasing Operational
VFS Latvia SIA
VFS Servizi Financiari Spa
VNA Holding Inc.
Volvo Automotive Finance (China) Ltd.
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Volvo Group Revenue Breakdown

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Volvo Group revenue breakdown by business segment: 8.6% from Buses, 76.8% from Trucks and 14.5% from Other

Volvo Group revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 6.0% from Africa and Oceania, 37.9% from Europe, 7.2% from South America, 18.5% from Asia and 30.4% from North America

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Volvo Group News and Updates

Volvo Group, Qualcomm Ventures, Zebra Technologies to Share Strategies and Best Practices at FourKites’ End-to-End Supply Chain Optimization Summit

CHICAGO, June 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FourKites®, the world’s leading real-time supply chain visibility platform, will host a three-part webinar series exploring how some of the world’s most successful brands are leveraging new technologies to enable end-to-end multimodal visibility and creat…

Volvo Group and Daimler Truck AG fully committed to hydrogen-based fuel-cells - launch of new joint venture cellcentric

GOTHENBURG, Sweden and STUTTGART, Germany, April 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, two leaders of the commercial vehicle industry - Daimler Truck AG and Volvo Group - officially outlined their pioneering roadmap for the new fuel-cell joint venture cellcentric, as part of an industry-first...

Volvo Group invests in Designwerk Technologies AG to complement electromobility capabilities

GOTHENBURG, Sweden, April 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Volvo Group has signed definitive agreements to acquire 60 percent of Designwerk Technologies AG, an engineering company in Switzerland, that develops and sells electromobility products and engineering services within electromobility...

Volvo Group Slumps After Warning Chip Shortage Will Idle Plants

Volvo Group Slumps After Warning Chip Shortage Will Idle Plants

The CTO of trucking giant Volvo Group explains why the diesel engine will survive the industry's electric shift

Summary List PlacementThe auto industry is vast, global, and financially complicated, so it's tempting to see business acumen as the key skillset for navigating the shift from gas engines and human drivers to electric powertrains and robot pilots. Not so, according to Lars Stenqvist, the chief tec…

Batteries Or Hydrogen For Big (Clean) Trucks? Volvo Group Bets On Both

The Swedish truckmaker is readying battery-electric models–but is also upbeat on a fuel choice Tesla's Elon Musk has knocked for years: hydrogen.
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Volvo Group Blogs

Invitation to the Volvo Group report on the first quarter 2020

The Volvo Group Report on the first quarter 2020 will be published on April 23 2020 at 7

Update on the Volvo Group’s financial reporting 2020

In accordance with accounting standard IFRS 5, the UD Trucks global business was on December 31, 2019 reclassified as assets and liabilities held for sale

Volvo provides an update on the current situation in respect of COVID-19 and postpones the Annual General Meeting

The Board of Directors of AB Volvo has decided to postpone the Annual General Meeting given the uncertain and accelerating developments in the wake of COVID-19

AB Volvo’s Board of Directors withdraws proposal of extra dividend, maintains ordinary dividend

In light of the general uncertainty and the measures taken to slow down the spread of Covid19 and their effects on the Volvo Group, the Board of Directors of AB Volvo has decided to maintain the proposal to the Annual General Meeting on April 8, 2020 of an ordinary dividend of SEK 5

Update on the impact from Covid-19 on the Volvo Group

The consequences of the Covid-19 outbreak is affecting the Volvo Group, and there is a considerable risk of a material financial impact on the Group as from mid-March

Heavily reduced programme at AB Volvo’s Annual General Meeting April 8, 2020

The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has upgraded the risk of spread of the new corona virus in Sweden and the Swedish government has decided not to allow public gatherings collecting more than 500 individuals
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Volvo Group Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Volvo Group founded?

    Volvo Group was founded in 1927.

  • Who are Volvo Group key executives?

    Volvo Group's key executives are Martin Lundstedt, Camilla Vitelli and Jan Gurander.

  • How many employees does Volvo Group have?

    Volvo Group has 103,985 employees.

  • What is Volvo Group revenue?

    Latest Volvo Group annual revenue is kr432 b.

  • What is Volvo Group revenue per employee?

    Latest Volvo Group revenue per employee is kr4.2 m.

  • Who are Volvo Group competitors?

    Competitors of Volvo Group include Penske Automotive Group, Navistar and MAN.

  • Where is Volvo Group headquarters?

    Volvo Group headquarters is located at Gropegårdsgatan 2, Göteborg.

  • Where are Volvo Group offices?

    Volvo Group has offices in Göteborg, Hagerstown, Wacol, Brussel and in 19 other locations.

  • How many offices does Volvo Group have?

    Volvo Group has 28 offices.